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SAQ, Montreal restaurants remove Norman Hardie wines amid sexual misconduct claims

SAQ, Montreal restaurants remove Norman Hardie wines amid sexual misconduct claimsQuebec's liquor commission, the SAQ, is joining some Montreal restaurants in removing wines from an Ontario winemaker who is the focus of sexual misconduct claims. The allegations are against Prince Edward County winemaker Norman Hardie, the founder of an esteemed winery and vineyard.


Windsor's weather, traffic and gas prices for Friday

Windsor's weather, traffic and gas prices for FridayCloudy with a few showers beginning late this morning. Risk of a thunderstorm this afternoon. The high is 22 C and the low is 17 C.


Yogurt spill closes 4 lanes of westbound Highway 401 in Scarborough

Yogurt spill closes 4 lanes of westbound Highway 401 in ScarboroughSeveral westbound lanes of Highway 401 are closed Friday morning after a transport truck spilled yogurt across the roadway. Shortly before 4 a.m., the truck's driver collided with a post that supports an overhead sign near the exit for Meadowvale Road. Ontario Provincial Police have closed the two left collector lanes and two right express lanes.


Program aims to hook toddlers on running

Program aims to hook toddlers on runningChildren as young as two are invited to join a new running series that begins Friday in Charlottetown. Dr. Kristy Newson, one of the organizers, said the program is the first of its kind on P.E.I. but there is a similar youth running series in Nova Scotia. "Overall it will improve their fitness but if we can get kids enjoying running just for the sport of it and for the comraderie of the races I think that would be a great goal," said Newson.


New Luminato event brings hundreds of local dancers to Nathan Phillips Square

New Luminato event brings hundreds of local dancers to Nathan Phillips SquareA dance lover, a woman dealing with grief, and a 92-year-old ballerina are just a handful of the stars in a feel good show that will feature hundreds of local dancers in performances at Nathan Phillips Square for this year's Luminato Festival. The project, titled Le Grand Continental, has brought together 210 non-professional dancers from across the Greater Toronto Area to train for a 30-minute show each night of Luminato, with the debut on Friday evening. Fourteen professional dancers are helping teach the choreography.


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